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Channel Z Radio - eQSL
« on: February 13, 2020, 2246 UTC »
Thanks "Z" for the cool QSL and the show!
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eQSLs greatly appreciated: swradio@comcast.net

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Re: Channel Z Radio - eQSL
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2020, 2302 UTC »
https://imgur.com/a/BchYKkj.  Thanks, Z - you're the best  ;D!

A pair from Channel Z plus a portion of a lengthy email, I forwarded Channel Z a video clip from reception on the '37 Zenith Console:

"Channel Z Radio has been on the air since November 2004, and started because of my interest in building homemade shortwave transmitters.  To date, Channel Z has been heard in 37 states, Belgium, Canada, England, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Newfoundland, New Zealand, Norway, Poland and Venezuela; all on homebrewed transmitters.  This time I was using my highest powered transmitter, the FAT-5.  It consists of three modules (the Multirock II VFO/DDS, the PUWMA modulator, and the FAT-5 RF deck),.....  I was running about 50 watts of carrier, with 200 W PEP.  The antenna was a horizontal dipole, cut for 4065 kHz, and was approximately 15 meters above ground."
« Last Edit: February 13, 2020, 2316 UTC by Ct Yankee »
Zenith T/O G500, Zenith T/O Royal 7000, Emerson AR-176, Zenith 8S154, T/O 7G605 (Bomber), Tecsun PL-880, Zenith 5S320, Realistic DX 160 using 40 feet of copper wire. 
QTH: Durham, Connecticut  (rural setting, 15 miles north of Long Island Sound)
qsl please to:  jamcanner@comcast.net  (Thank you)